Daily Immigration News Clips – August 11, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 11, 2022.


NPR The Trump-era immigration policy 'Remain in Mexico' is ending
By A. Martinez

Roll Call Asylum-seekers face delays on recent work permit applications
By Suzanne Monyak

Law 360 Immigration Attorneys Share Stories Of Trauma And Burnout
By Marco Poggio

The Hill Bipartisan bill would end Afghan evacuees’ legal limbo
By Rebecca Beitsch

Al Día News ACLU urges top Biden officials to terminate immigration enforcement agreements with local police
By Carlos Nogueras

Border Report After MPP, Haitian migrants rush to begin asylum process at crowded shelters
By Salvador Rivera

The Hill Eric Adams, Greg Abbott immigration feud intensifies
By Julia Mueller

Border Report Report: Over 1M people denied entry into U.S. ports since 2012
By Sandra Sanchez
August 10, 2022

Border Report Bipartisan bill would boost Border Patrol pay, create reserve unit
By Julian Resendiz

Prism (Op-Ed) ICE prison in South Georgia should be shut down, not expanded
By Meredyth L. Yoon, Azadeh Shahshahani


WABE Is there a bipartisan fix to Georgia’s labor woes?
By Emil Moffatt

KGUN9 Tuscon More than 100 unaccompanied children turned themselves in to Tucson Sector Border Patrol last week
By Perla Shaheen